Sump Pumping and Overpumping

Sump pumping is one of the simplest forms of dewatering and can be very reliable in a variety of different situations. Groundwater is allowed to flow in to the excavation, is collected in sumps and then pumped away.

Overpumping is the process of providing a temporary route to pump water from A to B often by-passing an existing structure such as a manhole or chamber, to ensure a vital continuation of services during construction.

WJ have extensive experience in providing sump pump and overpumping solutions as part of a complete water control strategy for a project.

All WJ pumps are fully tested and serviced before being deployed to site to ensure each pump performs at its optimum efficiency and effectiveness.

 

Featured Sump Pumping Projects

DLR Extension, Greenwich

DLR Extension, Greenwich

  • Deepwell Dewatering
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  • Crossrail Cross Passages

    Crossrail Cross Passages

  • Well Drilling
  • Probe Drilling
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  • Nottingham One, Canal Street

    Nottingham One, Canal Street

  • Sump Pumping System
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  • Galata Port, Turkey

    Galata Port, Turkey

  • Galata Port, Turkey
  • Deepwell Dewatering & Sump Pumping Systems
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